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FOX Business
Dec 2, 2013 3:00pm EST
announcer ] fedex one rate. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. i have been understanding that the fed's presence has made a bull market very obvious. less obvious to you as you were calling -- and you are a much smaller guy. i kept thinking, why is he doing this at 20 percent correction? it never happened. now you look in retrospect. this year the dow has tripled the gains that is all in 2012 be read double in the gains. markets don't have moonshots. what other three warning signs? these three things lineup. the planets are lined. >> my credit to my want to say that i am very bullish at the end of 2008. nearly 2009. riding the bull markets around the world from 2009 onward. now we are getting, next march will be the sixth anniversary of the bull market. in june of next year, the sixth anniversary of the economic recovery. by any standard way above the average bull market that we have . the evaluations of fetched in the market is overbought. the likelihood of a major correction as the market goes up increases.
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2013 3:00pm EST
agriculture related stocks, a few big technology names. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. nicole: technology bucking the trend at the last point today. when the dow is down over $100 you son teams like intel and microsoft with the arrows. hewlett-packard is up 3.5%, twitter at $43.40, up 5% and facebook up 3.4% so you see this group in particular seems to be bucking the trend we have been seeing, financial very temperamental, crossing the unchanged line, the dow went over the unchanged line 30 times, something -- that is will we have been seeing with financials, social media and technology really seem to be leading the way for us today. facebook of 3.4%. liz: we were up 46 points for the dow jones industrials and you can see the tough go, the market swimming in positive economic data this morning, the markets have drowned in it. first we got better than expected home sales and the ndp jobs report, both better than expected. in the last hour the newly released beige book gave us a rundown of the current state of the economy and whether it is heading but is it heading into
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
to technology and industrials. liz: foresting to see that concern interesting to see that on the vixx there. it had touched 15 two days ago. now to peter barnes. peter? >> reporter: well, hey, liz. these numbers today are adding fuel to the taper talk with the fed potentially moving as soon as its next policy meeting on december 17th and 18th, just two weeks from now. i'll tell you what a couple of fed officials are saying about the numbers and tapering in just a couple of moments. liz: okay. let's get to our traders at the new york stock exchange, cme and nymex. for once the markets are reading a strong number as, oh, there goes all that stimulus to, wait a minute, this has got to be a good sign. second month in a row, right, keith? where we've had a surprise to the upside from the jobs numbers. why the difference today from just yesterday? >> it's actually interesting. i think yesterday and what we saw the week before has led people to think that december taper's going to come in. i personally don't think it's going to be there. i think tear going to leave it alone, but that notwithstandi
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2013 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Dec 3, 2013 3:00pm EST
, consumer staples would be expensive -- or inexpensive, utilities would be inexpensive, but technology, for example, is 40% under its 15-year average for valuation. so an area where you thought should be expensive like apple at 12 times earnings, microsoft at 13 times earnings, those are some of the cheapest companies in the market right now. liz: so is that how you do your strategy? you look for the undervalued sectors and then go digging there? >> yeah. we look for high quality companies, and we define that by terrific balance sheets, and and then -- liz: let me let you not gloss over that. when you look at say, for example, or yahoo! finance, there are about 30 different metrics on there, everything from debt, everything from price to earnings ratio, how much of the note is shorted, what do you mean balance sheet, cash? >> we look for cash, we look for an unlevered balance sheet from a debt perspective and reoccurring revenue on that line as well. so a business that can stand the test of time, that can put up with the recession, that can get through 2008. liz: i look
FOX Business
Dec 9, 2013 3:00pm EST
? >> this year is interesting. a lot of things. technology releases' the money game, so release in november, so it is really where consumers going to put their money. so presumably if this been done again council which at the end of the days was 600, they know how lot less for apparel. cheryl: even somebody like a best buy, half of the northeast is covered in snow, they can actually be a one this holiday season as well. that is an interesting point. glass box. do you think that at the end of the day we're going to see a better selling season and we did last year? this is the first time for me in recent memory and we really don't know what the consumer is going to do. >> yeah, you know, we think that the seasonal items are going to be up anywhere from 2230 percent over last year. that does not mean there will be an overall grade selling season because you have a lot of other, more expensive items that right now are not selling as well. but at least to the seasonal items, which is really a cash cow for these retailers, and is almost like a big tobacco crop. they will have a very strong season. ch
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